3DPOD Episode 23: COVID-19 and 3D Printing; What can be printed? What should be printed?

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This was a highly personal podcast for all of us. Max had gone from New York to Boston, I’m stuck in South America but Davide was in the most precarious position in one of the worst-hit areas in Milan, Italy. What we spoke about this time is COVID-19. We tried to ignore this disease here at 3DPrint.com but due to the industry’s valiant efforts in trying to help we needed to do an about-face and talk about it. What followed was a personal discussion where we were at times very enthusiastic about what 3D printing is doing now. At other times we were sanguine or very human and I think it all added up to an excellent episode.

Previously we talked with EOS CEO Marie Langer, Ty Pollak about Open Additive, the ethics of 3D printing & handheld scanning.

People we admire in 3D printing.

Greg Paulson joins us to talk about 3D printing trends.

Velo3D’s Zach Murphy talks about Velo’s technology and development.

We interview Formalloy’s Melanie Lang on directed energy deposition.

Greg Paulsen of Xometry talks to us about 3D printing applications and 3D printing at scale.

Here we discuss 3D Printing in space.

We interview pioneering designer Scott Summit as he crosses Amsterdam on a bicycle.

Janne is another pioneering designer in 3D Printing.

3D Printing in Medicine.

3D Printed Guns.

Interview with 3D Scanning pioneer Michael Raphael.

3D Printers in the classroom, panacea or not?

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, what is happening now?

We’re all going to live forever with bioprinting.

The first episode: Beyond PLA.

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